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The Colonial Office Records of the British Public Record Office have for generations been the indispensable point of reference for scholarship on the American colonies. With this publication, it is possible now for scholars to enjoy immediate access to substantial selections of these invaluable documents. The correspondence in this collection has three basic levels: communications to the colonial governors from colonists of every rank and stature, including planters, merchants, seamen, local officials, and many others; letters and reports from the colonial governors to officials in Britain; and dispatches from Britain to the colonial governors outlining British policy. Part Four contains commissions and instructions for colonial officials in North American and Caribbean colonies as well as correspondence of Secretary of State James Stanhope.
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